10 of the stupidest football shirt numbers in football history!

2) Ivan Zamorano – 1+8 (Inter Milan)

The story behind this one is cool, when Chilean striker Zamorano signed for Inter from Real Madrid in 1996 he wore the No.9, until 1998 when the Divine Ponytail himself, Roberto Baggio, arrived and demanded the No.10. The problem with that was Ronaldo already had it.

The Brazilian was then given the No.9, leaving Zamorano to come up with a creative twist on the numbering system.

He took the 18 shirt and addd a ‘+’ sign in the middle, thus creating a simple maths equation that equalled nine.

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